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Comment from The Common E2:

The soup went quickly today but don't let that stop you from warming up with a coffee or tea ☕️

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Comment from theoliveroomse9:

FFS

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Comment from Kali:

Monday treat by @gkstories .. such delicious cookies.. gluten free & vegan too! 🙀 They taste naughty but really aren't 💚 I put a little less sugar& a bit more cinnamon (because I love the tahini, cinnamon combo) I also switched out peanut butter for almond butter, which was 👌🏽 Recipe in their beautiful app, full of gorgeous veggie recipes & inspiration 🍋🌽🥑🍋🌶🍆 . . . . . #mondaymotivation #tahini #peanutbutter #almonds #cookie #sweettreats #veganuary #glutenfree #newyearresolutions #newyear #january #recipe #blogger #healthyfood #cleaneats #cleaneating #vegan #vegetarian #plantbased #nutrition #privatechef #londonfields #hackney #london #londoneats #foodie #instafood #feedfeed #food52 @weareveganuary

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Comment from Table Tennis Tables:

Frosty Morning in London Fields. ❄️🏓

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Comment from theoliveroomse9:

A treat for a cold Monday in January.

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Comment from work.life:

Thank God It's Monday! Make like our Lily and layer up those jumpers, head on down to Work.Life, and start your week with a hot cup of coffee. We're ready and raring to go!

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Comment from Emma Dunn💫:

Artist:Nicola Hicks British, born 1960. (I'm a great admirer of her artistry but yet to live any of her sculptures) Hick's chaotic studio in East London is filled with a menagerie of both real and sculptural animals. A bounding kangaroo, a cantering horse, a kicking goat . . . Most are made of straw and plaster, or bronze; others are charcoal or chalk on huge sheets of earthy-coloured paper. Their rough texture and bits of unkempt straw blur outlines and convey a sense of movement. In 1984, Dame Elisabeth Frink singled out Hicks (then 24) as an artist who deserved greater exposure. Since then Hicks has been described by some critics as Frink's successor. If prices say something about an artist's standing, sculptures today sell for around £32,000 and about £5,500 for her drawings. Her studio is more like a stable, Straw in bales and loose, is scattered everywhere. She developed a technique of working with plaster over a steel-mesh frame. It allows her to work at speed, and to change her mind. Once she has cut the mesh like a dress pattern, she moulds it. Sections are attached with wire, and then bound with matting dipped in plaster and wrapped around, like a bandage. Speed is of the essence for her: 'It's not just impatience,' she says. 'You would lose track of that little thing that made you want to start in the first place.' #art #artist #chalk #artwork #artcollector #artgallery #artstudent #sculptor #contemporaryart #contemporaryartist #british #britishartist #london #londonstudio #londonfields #elisibethfrink #frink #animals #studio #britishart #dogs #animalsoninstagram

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Comment from Emma Dunn💫:

Artist:Nicola Hicks British, born 1960. (I'm a great admirer of her artistry, but yet to live any of her sculptures). Hicks's chaotic studio in East London is filled with a menagerie of both real and sculptural animals. A bounding kangaroo, a cantering horse, a kicking goat . . . Most are made of straw and plaster, or bronze; others are charcoal or chalk on huge sheets of earthy-coloured paper. Their rough texture and bits of unkempt straw blur outlines and convey a sense of movement. In 1984, Dame Elisabeth Frink singled out Hicks (then 24) as an artist who deserved greater exposure. Since then Hicks has been described by some critics as Frink's successor. If prices say something about an artist's standing, sculptures today sell for around £32,000 and about £5,500 for her drawings. Her studio is more like a stable, Straw in bales and loose, is scattered everywhere. She developed a technique of working with plaster over a steel-mesh frame. It allows her to work at speed, and to change her mind. Once she has cut the mesh like a dress pattern, she moulds it. Sections are attached with wire, and then bound with matting dipped in plaster and wrapped around, like a bandage. Speed is of the essence for her: 'It's not just impatience,' she says. 'You would lose track of that little thing that made you want to start in the first place.' #art #artist #chalk #artwork #artcollector #artgallery #artstudent #sculptor #contemporaryart #contemporaryartist #british #britishartist #london #londonstudio #londonfields #elisibethfrink #frink #animals #studio #britishart #dogs #cats #animalsoninstagram #chicken #chickensoninstagram

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Comment from Emma Dunn💫:

Artist:Nicola Hicks British, born 1960. (I'm a great admirer of her artistry, but yet to live with any of sculptures). Hicks's chaotic studio in East London is filled with a menagerie of both real and sculptural animals. A bounding kangaroo, a cantering horse, a kicking goat . . . Most are made of straw and plaster, or bronze; others are charcoal or chalk on huge sheets of earthy-coloured paper. Their rough texture and bits of unkempt straw blur outlines and convey a sense of movement. In 1984, Dame Elisabeth Frink singled out Hicks (then 24) as an artist who deserved greater exposure. Since then Hicks has been described by some critics as Frink's successor. If prices say something about an artist's standing, sculptures today sell for around £32,000 and about £5,500 for her drawings. Her studio is more like a stable, Straw in bales and loose, is scattered everywhere. She developed a technique of working with plaster over a steel-mesh frame. It allows her to work at speed, and to change her mind. Once she has cut the mesh like a dress pattern, she moulds it. Sections are attached with wire, and then bound with matting dipped in plaster and wrapped around, like a bandage. Speed is of the essence for her: 'It's not just impatience,' she says. 'You would lose track of that little thing that made you want to start in the first place.' #art #artist #chalk #artwork #artcollector #artgallery #artstudent #sculptor #contemporaryart #contemporaryartist #british #britishartist #london #londonstudio #londonfields #elisibethfrink #frink #animals #studio #britishart #dogs #cats #animalsoninstagram #bears #blackbears #bearsoninstagram

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Comment from Sean Worrall:

11 Hours ago